Previous Applicants or Returning Students
The information contained within this Web page is intended to guide previous applicants or returning students in the steps to be reconsidered for admission. Do any of the following scenarios fit you?
I applied before, but did not submit all the required materials to receive a decision.
I was admitted before, but did not attend classes.
I was admitted before, but contacted the Office of Admissions to cancel my admission.
I was an enrolled student, but had to take some time off (three or more semesters).
If any of these scenarios fit you, your status with UNF is inactive or your application was canceled. Your first step is to verify the next available term in which you can apply by reviewing the application deadlines Web site. In order to be reconsidered for admission, you will need to submit a new application including a $30 application fee. Contact the Office of Admissions to confirm which documents (transcripts and test scores) are still on file and if there are additional items required to be considered. You will be held to the admission standards and deadlines for the new term to which you are applying.
If you were an enrolled student and have been absent for fewer than three semesters, you are still considered an "active" student and may be eligible to register for classes. Review your registration status and check your registration holds through your myWings account. Contact One Stop Student Services with any questions.
If you graduated from UNF and would like to earn a second degree, please review the Post-Baccalaureate or Graduate School Web pages for requirements. Visit www.unf.edu/admissions/applynow for information on how to submit a new application.
Go to the University's official policy to learn more about enrolling to the University after graduating.